Managing Low Mood

Managing Low Mood

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    Repairing a relationship can feel hard. When you feel as though you've tried everything you can on your own, you may want to try marriage counselling. When you first begin your counselling journey, you may feel as though the aim is for you to win. However, it's a process that often requires you to make concessions if you want to repair the relationship. Here are some tips for making your sessions successful.

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    Depression is a debilitating illness that can impact how people feel, think and behave. It can be very difficult to cope with depression on your own, so if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, it is important to see a psychologist. 1. You're having trouble sleeping or eating Depression can cause people not to have the appetite they usually do, leading to problems with being able to eat and resultant weight loss.

About Me

Managing Low Mood

Do you feel low? Do you struggle to complete daily activities such as having a shower or eating regular meals? Do you have trouble sleeping? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you may be experiencing low mood. For many years, I would have long periods of low mood. I didn't do anything about them until my wife suggested that I see a counsellor. The experience really helped me to explore my low mood and in combination with medication, my mood is now much improved. I decided to start this blog so I could offer advice to other people.